Fuego Negro solo show by Oaxacan artist Sabino Guisu (Juchitán, Oaxaca, 1986) offers a vision where the primordial and original ancient cultures of México fuse with the present, establishing a critique of the contemporary man that faces modernity without a memory of the past.
The symbolic force of this message permeates the work, transiting from light installations to pieces full of craftmanship that reflect a past of imagination and ritual. The result is a body of work that can be attributed to Sabino Guisu’s last decade of creation. His need to preserve a series of vanishing languages, ecological concerns, and his innovative modifications of national history, are suberbly expressed in his works.
Tuesday and Wednesday 11am – 5pm
Thuersday and Friday 11am – 8pm
Saturday 11pm – 8pm
Sunday 12pm – 6pm
MAIA Contemporary Gallery
Colima 159, Roma